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Spooky Snacks and Treats - Frightfully Fun Halloween Recipes for Kids - cover

Spooky Snacks and Treats - Frightfully Fun Halloween Recipes for Kids

Zach Williams

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Make your Halloween party a scream with these creepily cool snacks, munchies, sweets, and drinks found in Spooky Snacks and Treats: Frightfully Fun Halloween Recipes for Kids. Zac Williams serves up the best goodies in the neighborhood, sure to elicit squeals of delight from your young guests and goblins. With 42 recipes to choose from, you and your child can stir up a cauldron of Wolfsbane Elixir, scare up a platter of Vampire Bites, Coffin Crunchers, and Dusty Old Bones, or wrap up some Mummy Pups and Eye-of-Newt Salad that will keep trick-or-treaters of all ages feeling ghoulish and full. Boo!
Available since: 07/05/2022.
Print length: 96 pages.

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